WHO WE ARE
WE ARE A
Bringing people into belonging
Sending people into purpose
The Mission of God
We Are One
Justice for the Vulnerable
Racial Injustice & Solidarity Statement
Collective Community believes that God cares deeply about justice. Therefore, we do too. We acknowledge the racial injustice that our country has long been accustomed to, and how white supremacy is a dark and corrupt evil that must be dismantled. We believe followers of Jesus have a unique role in the cultural landscape of racial injustice due to our Biblical stance toward human beings. The Bible is explicitly clear; all people have been created in the image of God, which means that all people are of the same worth, value, and respect. There is no superiority based upon the social construct of race. All people are utterly valued and worthy because they have been created in the image of God. Therefore, any system, policy, law, or individual that challenges that truth is something or someone we fundamentally disagree with—and action must be taken in order that justice may prevail. We stand in solidarity with our black brothers and sisters and we stand in solidarity with anyone suffering injustice.
Our Vision for Collective
Our Mission for Collective
What We Believe
The most universal confession of faith in the Christian church is the Apostles’ Creed, which identifies the one true God as triune – one God in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Our Values for Collective
OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM
Groups of three young adults that meet together on a weekly basis. The purpose of dGroups is to introduce people who don’t know Jesus; to Jesus. By simply reading the Gospels and allowing the Word of God to speak for itself into the hearts of people willing to engage Him. dGroups enable and empower disciples to become disciple makers.
cGroups are small communities of 6-12 people who meet on a seasonal and regular basis. These groups eat together, encourage and pray for one another, and do life together. This is where we develop as disciples of Jesus.
Collective Community believes worshiping together, as a community is not only a call from God, but necessary for our own spiritual growth and development as disciples of Jesus. We gather, pray, sing, teach, and learn as a Collective.